Credit card companies will adopt new sales code for gun transactions

Credit card companies will adopt new sales code for gun transactions

The International Organization for Standardization, based in Geneva, approved the code on Friday. The system will separately categorize sales at gun and ammunition stores, which advocates say can help track suspicious transactions of firearms and ammunition. Visa, the world’s largest payment network, will “proceed with next steps” the company said in a statement Sunday, “while … Read more

WHAT TO DO IF YOUR WELL IS FLOODED

Florida Health Flagler County

Contact:Darci [email protected] 386-276-1168 Bunnell, FL — Heavy rainfall and flooding can make your tap water unsafe. If you are not sure about the safety of your well water, use commercially bottled water, disinfected water, or boiled and cooled water for drinking, making beverages or ice, cooking, brushing your teeth, washing dishes and washing recent wounds. … Read more

Burger Law Represents Plaintiffs in Camp Lejeune Water Contamination Suits

Burger Law personal injury attorneys represent those seeking remedy after exposure to contaminated drinking water on the Camp Lejeune military base. JACKSONVILLE, NC, Sep 22, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The personal injury lawyers of Burger Law are now accepting clients who lived or worked on the US Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune in North Carolina between … Read more

Will US Supreme Court decide the fate of the Tennessee Walking Horse? –Tennessee Lookout

As the curtains close on the 84th Annual Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration in Shelbyville, I am reminded of the World Grand Champion crowned in 1992: Dark Spirit’s Rebel, who claimed victory with the late Bud Dunnhis first World Grand Championship at the age of 74, and who wore the rider number 1865 to win … Read more

Exposure to Pesticides in the Womb Increases Risk Associated with Rare Eye Cancer Among Children

Exposure to Pesticides in the Womb Increases Risk Associated with Rare Eye Cancer Among Children

(Beyond PesticidesSeptember 29, 2022) A study published in the International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health finds an association between retinoblastoma risk and prenatal exposure to pesticides. Retinoblastoma is rare eye cancer, with over 200,000 cases in the US, most of which are children under the age of five. Despite occurring among offspring, this cancer … Read more